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Wilson Combat Shok Buff Recoil Buffer, Glock

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Shok-Buff* Buffers for Glock. Fits: Glock Models 17/ 17L/ 18/ 19/ 20/ 21/ 22/ 23/ 24/ 24C/ 31/ 32

The WILSON SHOK-BUFF prevents the slide from battering the frame during recoil by sandwiching a 1/10" thick poly fiber buffer between the slide and frame contact areas. When you are shooting high performance loads in your 1911 style pistol, you want the extra protection that the original SHOK-BUFF provides. One "Imitations" brand on the market claims they are better because their buffer lasts a little longer. The object of the frame to slide buffer is to protect the pistol from wear, if the buffer is not soft enough to take the damage instead of the pistol what have you accomplished? We feel the original SHOK-BUFF is the optimum balance between shock absorption and longevity. Easily replaceable after absorbing up to 1,000 rounds of repeated firings, the SHOK-BUFF slides over the recoil spring guide between guide and spring. Why take a chance on a inferior die stamped copy when you can have the original injection molded SHOK-BUFF? With over 21 years of competition and street proven experience and hundreds of thousands sold, the original SHOK-BUFF is still the best. Don't be fooled by imitation products, current production Wilson SHOK-BUFFbuffers are royal blue and bear the SHOK-BUFF name. 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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5.0 5
"I have bought these before and they work great. I originally bought it for my Glock 21SF and my Glock 17 G4. They do not fit G4 models. Pefect fit on the 3rd Generation models though."
1.0 5
"Probably should have read the other review before ordering, or should have researched Wilson Combat's website. Either way I have two of these, and one that does not have a home (I bought one for a Gen 4), they might work good, but honestly the molding looks cheap and not what I was expecting from a high end company like Wilson Combat (I own many of their 1911 magazines). It's $9 for a piece of plastic that looks like it came from a happy meal. Hindsight being 20/20 should have just upgraded the Gen 3 spring assembly. Not entertained."